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Back On Rocky Top: Tennessee Hires K-State's John Currie As New AD

Published in SportsBusiness Daily on 02 / 28 / 17

A six-month search for Tennessee’s next AD has led to the hiring of John Currie from Kansas State, sources say. An announcement from UT is expected later today. Currie will replace outgoing AD Dave Hart, whose contract runs through June 30. The hire returns Currie to the UT campus where he wor...

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